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  1. Is Twitter actually broken?

    Although we may not think about it all that much, posting written messages on the internet is very different from the kind of communication we’ve engaged in throughout almost the entirety of our evolution as a species. Never before have we had practically infinite permanence available for even the most banal thoughts we can muster. I think the greatest irony […]

  2. Seeking out a mindful approach to communication

    Communication with each other, now we’re in the digital age, is more far reaching than at any other point in human history. Most of our conversations aren’t private, yet sometimes we mistakenly start thinking they are. The ’70’s and ’80’s were great decades for kids. You were free to roam the streets, having wonderful adventures with your friends. Back then, […]

  3. Small business should be listed on Google Places

    In spite of the slight confusion and frustration involved with getting listed on Google Places, it is of benefit to any small business. The results are often both immediate and astonishing. Only yesterday, one of our clients exclaimed during a follow-up call that persuading her to set up her Google accounts and profiles was more than worth the 30 minutes or so it […]

  4. Avoiding common content mistakes made by small businesses

    This is a guest post for our blog by Ruth Perrington about the content creation issues that small businesses or start-ups face when first building their online presence. As a small business or start-up, you likely already know the value of talking to your potential customers in the right way. And in this day and age, the best vehicle for […]

  5. Twitter for small business marketing: following back

    Wow, what a minefield! There’s so much conflicting information and advice out there that it makes using Twitter for small business marketing seem like too much hassle. I actually love Twitter, now, I didn’t once upon a time. It’s a great medium for sharing information, news, and banter with your clients and peers alike. Building trust and awareness for your brand as […]

  6. Conversation marketing; get with the program

    As with any product or offering from Michael A. Stelzner, the book, Launch: How to Quickly Propel your Business Beyond the Competition is a well presented, good quality guide that will help you to change your marketing style for the better and make your business more competitive in the digital age. The techniques that he describes in this book are […]